Flushed Away

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Scholastic, Nov 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
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The story of a pampered, uptown rat named Roddy who is flushed down the toilet in his penthouse apartment and ends up in the London sewers. In the city of Ratropolis, he meets the lovely Rita, who might-or might not-help him to return home. But first, he must confront the villainous Toad and his henchfrogs who plan to take over Ratropolis. Roddy must learn a different way of life if he's to survive and save the world.

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Sara Durkee has had success as a writer, lyricist, comedy writer, scriptwriter and poet. Currently, her songs, scripts and poetry are featured on the PBS reading show "Between the Lions," as well as on "Dora the Explorer," "Arthur," and others. Her writing for grown-ups includes "The Book of Sequels," a collection of literary parodies co-authored with fellow "National Lampoon "alumni Chris Cerf, Henry Beard, and Sean Kelly. She is married to Paul Jacobs and they have two kids. She lives in New York City.

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